Pictographs at the HR rock shelter site were recorded before 1971 by the student archaeological teams working each summer in the John Day River drainage. The site is situated on private property and is not open to the public.
Pictograph 1 (hand) at the HR rock shelter site; it measures 13 cm long and 11 cm wide. Pictograph 11 measures 18.5 cm long and 5.5 cm wide. I made a 1:1 copy of the tracing during the summer of 1971; the original tracing was stored at Camp Hancock in Fossil, Oregon. The research was under the direction of Brian Gannon for the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry.
Pictograph 17 (left) and pictograph 22 (5 lines to the right). Pictograph 17 measures 9 by 9 cm and pictograph 22 measures 7 by 6 cm.
Pictograph 18 measures 16.5 by 8 cm.
Pictograph 20 measures 12.5 by 9.5 cm.
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